Cristiano Ronaldo left Juventus Turin training session on Wednesday with an arm injury and is under investigation ahead of Saturday’s game against Empoli.

The 36-year-old suffered a blow in the right arm following a challenge from Alex Sandro and was escorted off the pitch by the Juve medical team.

On Sunday, Ronaldo was a surprising omission in the starting XI for Juve’s Serie A opener in Udinese, but boss Max Allegri insisted that the decision was purely tactical and not the player’s choice.

Ronaldo came off the bench to score a last-minute winner only to be dismissed from the VAR for a minor offside when the game ended 2-2.

Juventus expect Ronaldo to stay at the club despite being ready to leave this summer.

His current contract at the Allianz Stadium runs until June 2022 and he earns 31 million euros a year after taxes.

However, no club made him an offer and he has not officially notified Juventus that he would like to leave.

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Kaveh Solhekol tells The Transfer Show that one of the biggest agents in football is trying to negotiate a deal that would result in Kylian Mbappe joining Real Madrid and Cristiano Ronaldo joining Paris Saint-Germain

Any club that wants to sign Ronaldo would have to buy out their Juventus deal, which would cost between € 25 million and € 30 million.

On Tuesday, Sky Sports News reported that one of the game’s biggest agents is trying to negotiate a deal that would see Kylian Mbappe join Real Madrid and Ronaldo join Paris Saint-Germain.

Mbappe won’t have a contract with PSG next summer and he has so far refused to sign a new deal despite the club still trying to convince him to renew his contract.